Firefox Browser Add-Ons are Now Offered at

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The Website Also Features Information on What the Add-On Does and Where People Can Go to Download It

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This Firefox Add-on is free to download and install, along with many of the scripts developed for it are also free to download and install, a website that is devoted to providing people with the latest information about various Firefox plugins, has just expanded its coverage to include Firefox Add-ons. For anyone who uses the Firefox browser, this newly added information is extremely helpful.

In addition to explaining what the Firefox Add-on does, also offers visitors to the site advice about where they can download it.

As an article on the website explains, a plugin is a form of software or code that computer users can add onto their browser. Depending on which company has created it and what it is designed to do, a plugin can help the browser be more visually appealing or work more productively. People who do not update their plugins regularly run the risk of having issues with the latest versions of Firefox; oftentimes, outdated plugins are not compatible with the most current version. Also, the current version plugins often include new functions that are needed for the browser to work as efficiently as possible; while the older plugins may contain security issues and other “bugs” that can cause the browser to crash.

Mozilla, the company that created the Firefox browser, has allowed a variety of other companies to make programs that will work well with Firefox. For example, one of the most popular Firefox Add-ons is a program known as GreaseMonkey. Originally released back in 2005, the latest version was made available to the public in February, 2013.

“This Firefox Add-on is free to download and install, along with many of the scripts developed for it are also free to download and install,” an article on the website explained, adding that GreaseMonkey works with the newest version of Firefox along with other browsers. In order to download and install the GreaseMonkey add-on, visitors to the site simply have to click on the “download” button.

Anybody who is interested in learning more about Firefox and other plugins is welcome to visit the website at any time; there, they may browse through the vast amount of information about the various plugins that are available. Handy category tabs on the right hand side of the home page will help people find the specific type of plugin they are looking for quickly and easily; choices include “Facebook Plugin,” “Google Earth Plugin” and “Apple iTunes.” The site also features helpful posts about many of the most recent plugins and what they are designed to do.

About is a leader in providing information related to software and their Firefox plugins. The website details the functions of the plugins and provides links to where the plugins can be downloaded. For more information, please visit

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